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– Ben Fradj, N; Jayet, P.A.; Rozakis, S.; Georganta, E.; Jedrejek, A. Contribution of agricultural systems to the bioeconomy in Poland: Integration of willow in the context of a stylised CAP diversification in : Land Use Policy, (2020), vol. 99. 24 p.

– Ben Fradj, N; Jayet, P.A.; Rozakis, S.; Georganta, E.; Jedrejek, A.
Contribution of agricultural systems to the bioeconomy in Poland: Integration of willow in the context of a stylised CAP diversification
in : Land Use Policy, (2020), vol. 99. 24 p.

– Poquet, D.; Ginon, E. ; Sénécal, C.; Chabanet, C. ; Marette, S.; Issanchou, S. ; Monnery-Patris, S.
Effect of a pleasure-oriented intervention on the nutritional quality of midafternoon snacks and on the relationship between food liking and perceived healthiness within mother-child dyads
in : Food Quality and Preference, (2020), vol. 84. art.103947.

– Chèze, B.;David, M.;Martinet, V.
Understanding farmers' reluctance to reduce pesticide use: A choice experiment
in : Ecological Economics, (2020), vol. 167. 14 p.

– Poquet, D. ; Ginon, E. ; Goubel, B. ; Chabanet, C. ; Marette, S. ; Issanchou, S. ; Monnery Patris, S.
Impact of a front-of-pack nutritional traffic-light label on the nutritional quality and the hedonic value of mid-afternoon snacks chosen by mother-child dyads
in : Appetite, (2019), vol. 143. 10p.

– Yokessa, M.; Marette, S.
A Tax Coming from the IPCC Carbon Prices Cannot Change Consumption: Evidence from an Experiment
in : Sustainability, (2019), vol. 11, n° 18. 20 p.

– Yokessa, M. ; Marette, S.
A Review of Eco-labels and their Economic Impact
in : International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, (2019), vol. 13, n° 1-2. pp. 119-163.

– Bureau, J.C.; Guimbard, H.; Jean, S.
Competing liberalizations: tariffs and trade in the twenty-first century
A paraître in : Review of World Economics, (2019)

– Rotem Zelingher; Andrea Ghermandi; Enrica De Cian; Malcolm Mistry; Iddo Kan
Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Vegetative Agriculture Markets in Israel
in : Environmental and Resource Economics 18 p.

– Gouel, C.
Nutrition transition and the structure of global food demand
To be published in : American Journal of Agricultural Economics, (2018).

– Castellari, E. ; Marette, S. ; Moro, D. ; Sckokai, P.
The Impact of Information on Willingness to Pay and Quantity Choices for Meat and Meat Substitute
To be published in : Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, (2018)
– Héricourt, J. ; Nedoncelle, C.
Multi-destination firms and the impact of exchange-rate risk on trade
To be published in : Journal of Comparative Economics, (2018)
– Marette, S.
Illegitimate or Legitimate Non-Tariff Measures
To be published in : Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, (2018)

– Gouel, C.
Nutrition transition and the structure of global food demand
To be published in : American Journal of Agricultural Economics, (2018).

–  Bureau, J.C.;Swinnen, J.
EU policies and global food security
To be published in : Global Food Security, (2017). 10 p.

– Leblois, A. ; Damette, O. ; Wolfersberger, J.
What has driven deforestation in developing countries since the 2000s? Evidence from new remote-sensing data
in : World Development, (2017), vol. 92. pp. 82-102.

– Chakir, R.;Lungarska, A.
Agricultural rent in land-use models: comparison of frequently used proxies
To be published in : Spatial Economic Analysis, (2017). 25 p.

– Pérez-Urdiales, M.;Garcia-Valinas, M.A.
Efficient water-using technologies and habits: A disaggregated analysis in the water sector
in : Ecological Economics, (2016), vol. 128. pp. 117-129.

–  Bayramoglu, B.;Chakir, R.
The impact of high crop prices on the use of agro-chemical inputs in France: A structural econometric analysis
in : Land Use Policy, (2016), vol. 55. pp. 204-211.

–  Chakir, R.;David, M.;Gozlan, E.;Sangare, A.
Valuing the Impacts of An Invasive Biological Control Agent: A Choice Experiment on the Asian Ladybird in France
To be published in : Journal of Agricultural Economics, (2016). 20 p.

–  Ben Fradj, N.;Jayet, P.A.;Aghajanzadeh-Darzi, P.
Competition between food, feed, and (bio)fuel: A supply-side model based assessment at the European scale
in : Land Use Policy, (2016), vol. 52. pp.195–205

– Bonny, S.
Genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops, weeds, and herbicides: overview and impact
in : Environmental Management, (2015), vol. 56. 18 p.

– Pellerin, S.; Bamière, L.; Pardon, L.
Agriculture et gaz à effet de serre - Dix actions pour réduire les émissions
Versailles : Editions Quae, 2015. 200 p. ISBN : 978-2-7592-2314-5

–  De Lara M., Martinet V., Doyen L.
Satisficing versus Optimality: Criteria for Sustainability
in : Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, (2015), vol. 77, n° 2. pp. 281-297.

–  Bureau J.C.; Mahé L.P.
L'intégration de l'agroécologie dans les orientations de la PAC
in : Droit de l'environnement,(2015),n°230. pp. 17-20.

– Camacho, C.; Perez-Barahona, A.
Land use dynamics and the environment
in : Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2015), vol. 52. pp. 96-118.

– Gouël, C.
Food price volatility and domestic stabilization policies in developing countries
Volatilité des prix alimentaires et politiques de stabilisation dans les pays en développement
in : The economics of food price volatility, Chavas, Jean-Paul, Hummels, David, Wright, Brian D.. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2014. ISBN : 978-0-226-12892-4. pp. 261-306.